Tag: 150K

Art Industry News: 14-Year-Old Painter Selling Work for $150K Is Unsure If This Whole Art Thing Is for Him + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know on this Thursday, April 7. NEED TO READ Helen Frankenthaler Foundation Pledges $2.5 Million to Ukrainian Artists – The New York-based foundation will allocate the money to international organizations working to protect at-risk artists and cultural heritage ...

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Good & bad news for Wellesley police: $150K donation from new resident; public art defaced

A new resident has donated $150,000 to the Wellesley Police Department for use at the chief’s discretion, according to town Executive Director Meghan Jop, who teased news of this “incredible” gift at this week’s Select Board meeting. Chief Jack Pilecki has indicated a desire to use the funds to support community policing initiatives, including the public art project that has focused on painting electrical ...

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Baltimore Museum of Art Receives $150K Grant to Research Museum Structures

The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) has received $150,000 from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in support of a multi-year project aimed at reimagining the museum through the lens of equity and diversity. Dubbed the Mellon Initiative, the project will investigate through a series of interviews with artists, program partners, local leaders, and constituents the ways in which the museum could better serve the ...

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Portsmouth DPW: Exempt sewer plant from $150K public art requirement – News – seacoastonline.com

PORTSMOUTH — The City Council on Monday will be asked to exempt the new Peirce Island wastewater treatment plant from an ordinance requiring $150,000 be spent for public art there.Making the request are City Engineer Terry Desmarais and Deputy Director of Public Works Brian Goetz, by letter with Deputy City Attorney Suzanne Woodland.The "Percent for Art" ordinance was passed in 2006 and requires the ...

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